In­te­rior Min­is­ter vis­its MoI’s op­er­a­tions unit

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL - By Hanan Al-Saadoun

Deputy PM and In­te­rior Min­is­ter Sheikh Mo­hammed Al-Khaled Al-Ha­mad Al-Sabah vis­ited MoI’s op­er­a­tions unit’s de­ci­sion-mak­ing room on Tues­day to check prepa­ra­tions to se­cure hus­seiniyas dur­ing the month of Muhar­ram. The min­is­ter was briefed on var­i­ous se­cu­rity mea­sures taken. He also vis­ited a num­ber of hus­seiniyas ac­com­pa­nied by Un­der­sec­re­tary Lt Gen Suleiman Al-Fahd.

In­spec­tion cam­paigns

Ah­madi se­cu­rity forces launched sev­eral in­spec­tion cam­paigns in the gov­er­norate’s ar­eas that re­sulted in ar­rest­ing 88 peo­ple wanted for fi­nan­cial claims, ex­pired res­i­den­cies, beg­ging and other charges, in ad­di­tion to fil­ing 48 traf­fic tick­ets and im­pound­ing four ve­hi­cles.

Smart park­ing project

With the pres­ence of KFSD’ deputy di­rec­tor for preven­tion af­fairs Brig Khaled Ab­dul­lah Fahd, the preven­tion team in­tro­duced the largest smart park­ing project in the world at the Jahra courts com­plex un­der the su­per­vi­sion of the Amiri Di­wan. The project will in­clude a three-level base­ment and 15 floors over an area of 5,000 sq m, in­clud­ing 11 floors with 2,400 smart au­to­mated park­ing spa­ces and 500 reg­u­lar park­ing spa­ces.

Money stolen

An Egyp­tian woman re­ported that KD 450 had been stolen from her bank ac­count. In an­other devel­op­ment, an Visa traf­fick­ing

Res­i­dency de­tec­tives ar­rested an Egyp­tian work­ing as a man­ager of a weekly for visa traf­fick­ing. Se­cu­rity sources said the sus­pect had been re­cruit­ing ex­pats, bring­ing them to Kuwait and aban­don­ing them to work for oth­ers. The sources ex­plained that the sus­pect had been us­ing the pa­per, owned by a cit­i­zen, whose li­cense was can­celled by the in­for­ma­tion min­istry in Fe­bru­ary, to is­sue around 150 visas and sold them for KD 1,200 each. Egyp­tian filed a re­port at Maidan Hawally po­lice sta­tion, re­port­ing that some­one broke into his ve­hi­cle and stole a case con­tain­ing KD 2,120.

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